jenkins Configuration


Example

Manage Roles

Global Roles- Create roles with selected set of Jenkins features e.g. Usually for a development project, 2 roles can be created.

  1. Developer- Global role can be set to only Overall : Read
  2. ProjectOwner- Global role can be set to Overall : Read

This restricts developer and project owner to read access to all Jenkins features.

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Project Roles- Create roles by restricting user access respective jenkins job and credential features using regular expressions.

E.g. for a development project 'MyProjectA'; project owners needs to have full permissions to Jobs and developers need Build access to Jenkins jobs. So we create below roles:

  • ProjectA_admin- check all options under Job viz. Build, Cancel, Configure, Create, Delete, Discover, Move, Read, Workspace
  • ProjectA_dev - check options Build, Cancel, Read, Workspace under Job

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To restrict above projects to respective project owners and developers, all jobs must follow a pre-defined pattern.

Assume 'MyProjectA' needs 3 jenkins build jobs: MyProjectA_Dev_Build, MyProjectA_QA_Build, MyProjectA_Nightly_Sonar_Analysis

To restrict project owner and developers of project 'MyProjectA' to above build jobs, provide 'Pattern' as MyProjectA.*.

Assign Roles

Helps to assign users or project groups to respective Global or Project roles. E.g. to assign a developer 'Gautam' to Developer global role, provide the user name 'Gautam', click Add and select the check box next to 'Gautam' and below Developer global role.

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Similarly add the user under project roles and select respective project roles to assign required project roles.

If you notice below screenshots you can see user 'gautam' has access only to projects starting with MyProjectA. Also, user's access is restricted to build and configure is missing.

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